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    Burundi: UN Secretary-General Urges Immediate End to Conflict before it Escalates into Civil War

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    Bujumbura, Burundi – (African Boulevard News) – The United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, is in Burundi for talks to address the ongoing conflict in the neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Guterres arrived in Burundi on the 6th of May 2023, to meet with Burundi President Evariste Ndayishimiye and other stakeholders to discuss the conflict and possible solutions to end the ongoing violence.

    The conflict in DRC has been ongoing for years, with rebel groups and government forces fighting for control of the country’s natural resources. The fighting has forced thousands of civilians to flee their homes, and many have been killed or injured in the process. The situation has worsened in recent months, with reports of atrocities and human rights violations committed against the civilian population.

    “The fighting must stop immediately before this conflict turns into a civil war that could destroy the country,” said Antonio Guterres. “We need to find a peaceful solution to end the violence and restore stability to the region.”

    During his visit, Guterres will hold talks with President Ndayishimiye, members of the diplomatic community, and civil society organizations. He will also meet with officials from the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO), which is working to support peace and stability in the region.

    Guterres’ visit to Burundi is part of a broader effort by the United Nations to address the conflict in DRC and promote peace and stability in the region. The UN has been working with the government of DRC, regional organizations, and other stakeholders to find a peaceful solution to the conflict.

    The United Nations has expressed deep concern over the situation in DRC, calling for an immediate end to the violence and an urgent humanitarian response to assist those affected by the conflict. The UN has also stressed the importance of protecting civilians and ensuring human rights are respected in the region.

    In conclusion, Guterres’ visit to Burundi is a crucial step towards finding a peaceful solution to the conflict in DRC. The UN’s efforts to promote peace and stability in the region are essential to preventing the situation from spiraling out of control and leading to a humanitarian catastrophe. The international community must continue to support the UN’s efforts and work together to bring an end to the violence and restore peace to the region.

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